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12.01.20. Lyndhurst Book Fair on January 18 is a Long established event held in the popular tourist destination of Lyndhurst in the New Forest. Usually has 15 - 20 dealers from across the south of England covering a wide range of subjects and prices to suit all pockets. The fair is held six times a year in the Community centre in the main car park in the middle of town. Entry is free.  Add a comment

12.01.20. Barton Book Fair on January 18 will have around twenty dealers all with a good general stock, including antiquarian books, maps and ephemera. Café serving excellent home-made food and a large free car park.  Add a comment

12.01.20. The Peterborough Book Fair on January 19 is held at Elton, a pretty village only 5 minutes drive from the junction of the A1/A605. Established for over 20 years and held 5 times a year. Up to 14 exhibitors offering a good selection of books and some postcards. Free parking. Homemade refreshments. Two pubs, a Loch Fyne restaurant and a garden centre provide further leisure opportunities.  Add a comment

8.01.20. The Bloomsbury Book Fair on January 12 is the first of 2020 with the NEW OPENING TIMES of 9.30-3.00 pm. We are also in the South Side of the hotel in the Meeting Place due to re-decoration of the Galleon Suite. Despite the changes expect a full event with dealers selling a vast array of material. Browse the aisles for antiquarian, out of print and secondhand books, maps, prints, ephemera, manuscripts and much more! Full details on the website.  Add a comment

2.01.20. I've just added the 2020 Nottinghamshire Book and Postcard Fair, which this year is on March 1.   Add a comment